Brian Carriveau tells K107 how quarterbacks don’t have to win with their arms. Case in point was Kaepernick on Sunday in a playoff win over the Packers.
If Aaron Rodgers misses Sunday’s game, all the more reason for Eddie Lacy to carry the load for the Packers.
Few could have criticized the Packers coaching staff if they had pulled Flynn at halftime. It turned out to be the right call to keep him in.
With or without Aaron Rodgers, the Packers face a tough task going on the road to take on a high-scoring Cowboys team.
The odds of the Packers qualifying for the NFL playoffs look better than they did just 24 hours ago.
Brian Carriveau joins K107 to preview Sunday’s Packers-Falcons game and gets into a discussion of the Green Bay general manager.
The Packers need the Lions to lose at least twice if they are going to win the NFC North division and qualify for the playoffs.
Packers offensive lineman Josh Sitton went overboard in saying the Lions are “dirtbags” and “scumbags” among other comments.
Filling in for an ineffective Scott Tolzien, Matt Flynn expertly directed the Packers’ no-huddle offense on Sunday.
As of Friday morning, Aaron Rodgers hasn’t been ruled out for the Vikings game. Could he possibly play on Sunday?
USA Today writer Tom Pelissero shares his thoughts on Christian Ponder, Greg Jennings, Adrian Peterson and Jermichael Finely on today’s episode.
Despite three consecutive losses the Packers remain just a game out of first place in the NFC North.
Brian Carriveau joins K107, saying the Packers are expecting Scott Tolzien go the distance against the Giants this Sunday.
Mike McCarthy has never fired an assistant coach at midseason. Could he actually do so now?
An elbow injury to Matt Flynn makes it unlikely the Packers will make a move for their former backup quarterback.
Brian Carriveau tells K107 that Lacy helped the Packers move the chains and grind out the tough yards in a win over the Vikings.
Hearing that the Packers tight end suffered a neck injury, people seem to be hoping for the best but preparing for the worst.
With Clay Matthews, Nick Perry and Mike Neal all dealing with injuries, the Packers will have a pair of rookies playing big roles against the Browns on Sunday.
Brian Carriveau tells K107 that Donald Driver is an unlikely candidate to fill in for the Packers injured wide receivers.
Brian Carriveau joins K107 to preview Sunday’s Packers game, including one of the game’s biggest matchups.